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Apart-hotels in Rome?

The Sea
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Apart-hotels in Rome?

Surprisingly to me, my husband would like to explore the possibility of staying in an apartment or something similiar during our tentative February visit.

There are apart-hotels available in New York City that offer the traveler a bedroom, sitting room with a small kitchen or limited kitchen facilities such as a refrigerator, cook top, microwave and a coffee maker. They also provide daily maid service.

Is something like this available in Rome?

Thanks in advance, WB

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1. Re: Apart-hotels in Rome?

Palazzo Olivia has maid service for its apartments, for a supplemental fee.

The Sea
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2. Re: Apart-hotels in Rome?

Thanks so much!

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3. Re: Apart-hotels in Rome?

You might check ot the Hotel Mozart. They have several "Elite" apartments. We stayed in their Ripetta suites a couple of years ago. Very nice apartment about a block away from their main hotel location. Has a small kitchen, a large bedroom, smallish bathroom. Maid service every day and they provide breakfast items since they are not in the main hotel. We got yogurt, bread, milk, cereal, juice and some sweet rolls restocked. You also get use of any of the hotel services if you want. We didn't use them for much other than use their guest computers a couple of times and stopped in to ask a couple of questions. Their summer prices are a little high but in February might be within your budget. Good location too. Not far from Piazza Popolo. We walked everywhere from here.

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Thanks, travelingVal.

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